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New league leaders Watford will aim to build on their 3-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday when they take on previously unbeaten Nottingham Forest on Tuesday.


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Slavisa Jokanovic, the club’s fourth manager already this season, has continued the job of the previous incumbents, helping the club to the top of the pile.

They face a wounded Forest side keen to atone for losing their first game of the season, 2-1 away to Cardiff. The result means it is now five games without a win for Stuart Pearce’s side although given the tight nature of the division, a win could propel them back to the top dependant on results elsewhere.

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Norwich Leeds live streamingThose results elsewhere would mean second place Derby, with three wins and two draws in their last five, slipping up away to basement club Blackpool, third place Middlesbrough losing away to Wolves and Norwich, the previous leaders, following up their 1-0 to Fulham with another defeat, this time at home to Leeds.

Such is the competiveness that exists in the division that just 9 points separates Watford from 17th place Huddersfield.

Below the top, of which Ipswich, away to improving Cardiff, completes there is a cluster of clubs of waiting to pounce. They include Bournemouth, back amongst the chasing pack following back to back wins.

Next up for the Cherries is a home game with Reading. Elsewhere on the fringes, Charlton are at home to second from bottom Bolton, Brentford face Sheffield Wednesday and Blackburn host Birmingham.

At the bottom, despite three wins in four games Fulham have yet to move out of the bottom three. They face Rotherham on Tuesday and could move out of the relegation zone dependant on whether they can win or not and if Wigan and Brighton slip up at Millwall and Huddersfield respectively.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.